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Sunder downunder.

Sunder is a crafted legendary Staff that can only be created in Reaper of Souls. After v2.06 this item no longer requires a Quaking Vial or any other legendary material to craft.

To create this item, find the Plan: Sunder, which can be dropped by any level 70 target, and teach the plan to the Blacksmith. Once learned by the smith, any character on your account can make as many of these as you can afford to create.

Sunder properties[edit]

This two-handed staff has a helpful legendary property, which creates a broken fiery effect on the ground beneath the monsters in front of you.

Sunder: Legendary Staff

  • Item Level: 70

Primary Affixes:

  • +(1177-1439)-(1410-1788) Fire Damage
  • +3 random primary affixes

Secondary Affixes:

  • +1 random primary affixes
  • 25-50% chance to sunder the ground beneath your enemies

A weapon of myth and legend. Some say that to use it is
folly -- that it will rip the land asunder and boil the oceans.

Salvages into:


Once a player finds the randomly-dropped plan and teaches it to the Blacksmith, the item can be created by any character on that account. This item always has a lvl 70 requirement, no matter what level character crafts it. The Smart Loot system means that this item will usually roll with a mainstat and/or +skill damage bonus appropriate to the class of the character that creates it.

Crafting Costs:

Patch 2.0.6 controversially[1] removed Legendary Materials, which changed the crafting costs for every level 70 RoS recipe. Prior to that patch Sunder required 1 Quaking Vial and 0 Deaths Breath.

Item Examples[edit]

Several examples of this item can be seen below. View more samples of Sunder via DiabloNut's armory.


Legendary Material[edit]

Legendary Materials were controversially[2] removed in Patch 2.0.6. The following is archived for posterity.


The required legendary material, Quaking Vial is dropped exclusively by Unique (purple) Mallet Lords. These enemies are found exclusively in Act Four, and with one (or sometimes two) appearing most games in the Hell Rift, this is a very easy material to farm in Adventure Mode.